Wofford’s Jackson Advances to Semifinals of Dark Horse Dunker Competition

Wofford College's Cameron Jackson dunking a basketball during a game.
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Wofford senior forward Cameron Jackson has advanced to the semifinals to the 2019 Dark Horse Dunker Competition.

The competition is a four-week online digital voting contest where sixteen of the top under-the-radar dunkers across the nation compete in head-to-head matchups, with the grand prize winner claiming the final spot in the 2019 State Farm College Slam Dunk Championship.

The 16-player field was stacked with under-the-radar players from all levels of college basketball who possess the power, creativity, and hops to compete against high-major stars in the Great Clips College Slam Dunk Championship. Fans determine the winner by voting daily at DarkHorseDunker.com.

Video highlight reels of each competitor on the website will help fans determine their choice in a bracket-style competition on DarkHorseDunker.com. The athlete with the most votes in each matchup will move on to the next round. Semifinal voting continues through March 14 at noon CT.  Voting for the final round begins March 15 at Noon CT through March 22 at noon CT.

The player that ultimately receives the most votes in the final round will be selected to compete in the State Farm College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships, an event featuring some of the best college dunkers and 3-point shooters in the country. The 2019 State Farm College Slam Dunk & 3-Point Championships will air live on ESPN during college championship weekend in Minneapolis at 8:00 pm CT on April 4.